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By T. D. Foster

This textbook provides an figuring out of the historical past of medical orthodontics, yet as a lot of medical orthodontics has to be realized within the sanatorium, the publication emphasises equipment layout seeing that this is studied at the revealed web page. Divided largely into 3 elements the ebook first covers the rules of the teeth flow and remedy making plans together with extractions. the ultimate chapters clarify the mechanisms of detachable, fastened and sensible equipment treatment together with the remedy of the most classifications of malocclusion

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Class 1 occlusion. The accepted ideal occlusal relationship. Class 2 In the Class 2 relationship, the lower dental arch is more posterior to the upper dental arch than in Class 1 relationship. It is therefore sometimes called 'post-normal relationship'. Two types of Class 2 relationship are commonly seen, and the class is therefore subdivided. Class 2 Division 1 The dental arches are in Class 2 relationship, the upper central incisors are proclined and the incisal overjet is increased (Fig. 9).

49 THE DEVELOPMENT OF :HE OCCLUSION OF THE TEETH Fig. 4. Excessive incisal overjel at 2 1/2 years of age. In this case the relationship of the primary molar teeth is correct. Changes in spacing condition There is little change in the spacing or crowding condition of the primary dentition apart from the early closure of the space between the first and second molars, although in some children there appears to be a late spacing of the incisors immediately prior to these teeth being exfoliated (Fig.

8. Class 1 occlusion. The accepted ideal occlusal relationship. Class 2 In the Class 2 relationship, the lower dental arch is more posterior to the upper dental arch than in Class 1 relationship. It is therefore sometimes called 'post-normal relationship'. Two types of Class 2 relationship are commonly seen, and the class is therefore subdivided. Class 2 Division 1 The dental arches are in Class 2 relationship, the upper central incisors are proclined and the incisal overjet is increased (Fig. 9).

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